Autumn Flower Delivery
19 October 2018
Our drivers are loving the Autumn colour of beautiful Perthshire at this time of year, with deliveries on a daily basis from Blairgowrie to Rattray, Alyth, Meigle, Newtyle, Ardler, Coupar Angus, Guildtown, Stanley, Bankfoot, Dunkeld, Butterstone and all villages in between. We also do a run up the Glens to include Bridge of Cally and Genisla. The scenery is spectacular.
On a more serious note:
It is our opinion that the Interflora system is now outdated and no longer serves the purpose of giving our customers the very best service and quality of product. They ahave become, what is known in the florist trade as an "Order Gatherer."
In order to maintain the very best service for our customers, from the middle of December we will be cutting out the middle man and no longer deliver on their behalf of Interflora.
It is therefore more important than ever that we all spread the news to family and friends, that Something Special Flowers are the very best in the country and have their own website where you can order flowers for delivery throughout Perthshire. With Christmas creeping upon us we feel that now is the time to be spreading the word.
To reafirm the quality of service and freshness of product that we strive for, it has been a great privilege to be recognised and included in this years Good Florist Guide 2018-19, so hopefully we can point our customers in the right direction when looking for the best florists from the rest of the UK.
It is also important to check the address bar at the top when ordering online and searching "florist Blairgowrie", to ensure that it reads www.somethingspecialflowers.co.uk, as there are now so many order gatherer's guising as local shops throughout the UK.
If in doubt or you don't see what you are after in our product listings, please give the team a call on 01250 873237 and our team will be pleased to help.
We value your custom and that you all for your support in this every changing technological landscape in which we live today.
"ORDER DIRECT" is the message and be careful that you have the correct web site before ordering.
Thanks for listening and be safe online this Christmas.